Balint Halasz
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In 1929 Stein and White collaborated with Kenneth Weinberger on the plan for the RADBURN community in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, roughly double the area of Sunnyside. The vision for Radburn was of an integrated self-sustaining community, surrounded by greenbelts, specialized automotive thoroughfares (main linking roads, serviced lanes for direct access to buildings, and express highways), and a complete separation of auto and pedestrian traffic.

Radburn, NJ by Henry Wright - example of the Superblock - surrounded by continuous street with vehicular access provided by cul-de-sac

RADBURN, NJ - Based on Garden City and Superblock movement. Designed by Henry Wright and Clarence Stein. Environmental design concept geared towards technology, it introduces a circulation network that included a separate pedestrian system and a street pattern that prevented through automobile traffic. (text: Caroline Joseph's Notes)

Fradkin & McAlpin — Radburn New Jersey Master Plan. City and town architecture, planning, and interior design.

Cohousing is an innovative approach to housing where private homes are clustered around extensive common facilities in a walkable environment.  Cohousing principles can include a community garden, common house, and abundant open space, encouraging all residents to come together to build their community.

Open a Cohousing development with common facilities in a walkable environment. Cohousing principles can include a community garden, common house, and abundant open space, encouraging all residents to come together to build their community.